Green Key Gets Sri Lanka Permitting

Photo (left to right): Brent Lee Greer; “Deshamanya” Mangala Senarath; Chief Minister of the Southern Province, Shan De Silva; Member Southern Province; Michael Hill CEO Green Key;
Office of Chief Secretary Mr. R. C. De Zoysa
Southern Provence
Photo (left to right): Mayor of Hambantota; Mayor of Matara; Chief Secretary Mr. R. C. De Zoysa; Michael Hill, CEO Green Key; Tipasa (Pasa) Tukuafu; Mayor of Galle

Garbage can be a nightmare for any local government authority. Green Key is looking to help solve Sri Lanka’s complex waste management problems through profitable industry. Installing cutting edge technologies in the form of high tech waste transfer stations, recycling facilities, waste to energy, and waste to Syn-lumber.

This unique approach, turning trash into a profitable export business, will help lift the burden of otherwise cost prohibitive solutions off of government. Green Key’s project proposal has received 96% approval by the Sri Lanka Southern Province Council.

The Sri Lankan news reports “Green Key Enterprises get green light”

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